Curzon Street station shows what’s possible for lean, green infrastructure of the future

HS2’s Curzon Street station has been designed to be net zero in operation, using a range of technologies to generate energy from renewable sources. WSP’s Tim Danson explains how this landmark project is achieving a sustainable and efficient design...
The sustainability credentials for the HS2 railway station are significant, not least the pathway we have developed to an unprecedented 55% carbon emissions reduction, over the 120-year lifecycle
Tim Danson Environment and Sustainability Lead, WSP

At the heart of the new HS2 network in Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham Curzon Street Station incorporates clever and innovative design with environmental aspects aiming to make it one of the most environmentally friendly stations in the world. This has been achieved through the use of renewable technologies and lean design as well as achieving a sustainable design in the round.
Hannah Leggatt HS2 Environment Manager, Curzon Street Station